Open the Bash Shell and clone the repro/branch.
git clone https://github.com/ufna/UnrealEngine -b 4.24-html5 UnrealEngineHtml_4_24
Turn off the
App execution aliases for Python.
Add support for the HTML5 platform:
cd Engine/Platforms/HTML5 ./HTML5Setup.sh cd ../../../
UE4.sln in Visual Studio 2017.
Set Solution Configuration to
Set Solution Platform to
Set Startup Projects to
Build the following projects:
AutomationTool AutomationToolLauncher ShaderCompileWorker UnrealBuildTool UnrealFileServer UnrealFrontend UnrealHeaderTool UnrealLightmass UnrealPak UE4
To back the stage background black, I edited
C:\Program Files\GIMP 2\share\gimp\2.0\themes\Dark\gtkrc.
color["clrA"] = "#303030" color["clrB"] = "#000000" fg[NORMAL] = @clr2 fg[PRELIGHT] = @clr2 fg[ACTIVE] = @clr3 fg[SELECTED] = @clr1 fg[INSENSITIVE] = @clr3 bg[NORMAL] = @clrB
Techcrunch: [Three things Web3 should fix in 2022]
- Adding Calendar through the [CDN]
- Adding Calendar through Webpack
Setup the Vue CLI:
npm i -g @vue/cli
Get the Vue Loader:
npm install -D vue-loader vue-template-compiler
Create a new webpack project: (Say no to SASS unless it’s setup properly)
vue init webpack-simple vue-calendar
Make sure the project generated correctly:
cd vue-calendar npm install npm run dev
Add the [V-Calendar] Vue component:
npm i v-calendar
Relaunch the site:
npm run dev
Open VS Code:
After seeing this video, I attempted the project.
And then reattach the ethernet and USB connector.
I used a [650W Power Supply] which came with a 20+(4 pin) which I disconnected the 4 pins to connect with the 20 pin connector on the eGPU. The CPU 4-pin connector powers the eGPU. And the two GPU 6 pin connectors power the graphics card. I can use the power switch on the power supply to turn on/off the graphics card.
In the end, the NVIDIA 680 did work but I kept getting BSODs (blue screen of death). I feel like a newer graphics card would have done better but they aren’t available right now at even reasonable prices.